Whse_And_Inventory_Familiarization_Chapt_1.Pdf, 2017 Gyeongju University
Whse_And_Inventory_Familiarization_Chapt_1.Pdf, Anthony J. Jackson Prof
Anthony J Jackson Prof
2017-02-16 Faculty Senate Newsletter, 2017 Morehead State University
2017-02-16 Faculty Senate Newsletter, Morehead State University. Faculty Senate.
Faculty Senate Records
Faculty Senate newsletter of February 16, 2017.
Antecedents And Consequences Of Procedural Fairness Perceptions In Personnel Selection: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study, Udo Konradt, Yvonne Garbers, Martina Böge, Berrin Erdogan, Talya N. Bauer
Talya N. Bauer
Drawing on Gilliland’s (1993) selection fairness framework, we examined antecedents and behavioral effects of applicant procedural fairness perceptions before, during, and after a personnel selection procedure using a six-wave longitudinal research design. Results showed that both perceived post-test fairness and pre-feedback fairness perceptions are related to job offer acceptance and job performance after 18 months, but not to job performance after 36 months. Pre-test and post-test procedural fairness perceptions were mainly related to formal characteristics and interpersonal treatment, whereas pre-feedback fairness perceptions were related to formal characteristics and explanations. The impact of fairness attributes of formal characteristics and interpersonal ...
Ncaa Infraction Letter, 2017 Morehead State University
Ncaa Infraction Letter, Morehead State University. Faculty Senate.
Faculty Senate Records
A letter notifying Morehead State University from the NCAA of infractions committed by the college dated February 10, 2017.
Employee Internet Privacy: A Proposed Act That Balances Legitimate Employer Rights And Employee Privacy, 2017 Boise State University
Employee Internet Privacy: A Proposed Act That Balances Legitimate Employer Rights And Employee Privacy, Susan Park
When Justin Basset interviewed for a job in New York City in 2012, he expected to respond to questions one is typically asked in a job interview. However, his interview took a modern technological twist when the interviewer opened her computer and attempted to look at Mr. Basset’s Facebook profile on her computer. Unable to see the details of his profile because he had taken advantage of Facebook’s privacy options to limit public viewing, she asked for his login information to access his account. He declined and withdrew his application.1 In 2010, Robert Collins, a Maryland Department ...
Digital Self-Ownership: A Publicity-Rights Framework For Determining Employee Social Media Rights, 2017 Boise State University
Digital Self-Ownership: A Publicity-Rights Framework For Determining Employee Social Media Rights, Susan Park, Patricia Sánchez Abril
Imagine an upandcoming company hires you as one of its first employees. Passionate about your employer, you put in long hours doing everything from marketing to accounting to event planning. You are also proud of your employer's product, so you begin to publicize it to your friends through your social network accounts. (In fact, the company's founder is also one of your Facebook friends.) You tell your friends about the product launch, invite them to marketing events, and eventually blog about your industry, amassing a significant social media following while creating buzz about your employer. But one day ...
Blue The Bee Learns To Be Happy, 2017 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Blue The Bee Learns To Be Happy, Connie Reimers-Hild, Deborah J. Weitzenkamp, Connie Reimers-Hild, Kim Wellsandt
Kimmel Education and Research Center - Faculty & Staff Publications
Do you sometimes feel sad or blue and don't know what to do? If so, this book was written just for you!
Join Blue the Bee as she travels through Happy Orchard meeting her friends (Flutter, Buzz, Bonita and Ernie) to learn the 7 Happiness Habits. When happiness is a habit, it comes without thinking. You can choose how to spend your day and use your time. You choose how to live your life and what is on your mind.
Each page was designed to enjoy at any age. People can become pollinators of happiness in any life stage ...
2017-02-02 Faculty Senate Newsletter, 2017 Morehead State University
2017-02-02 Faculty Senate Newsletter, Morehead State University. Faculty Senate.
Faculty Senate Records
Faculty Senate newsletter for February 2, 2017.
Pilot Project To Identify And Measure The Relevant Costs Of Production For Sustainable Agriculture Products, 2017 Iowa State University
Pilot Project To Identify And Measure The Relevant Costs Of Production For Sustainable Agriculture Products, Sue Ravenscroft, B. Michael Doran
Accounting professionals sought to help farmers understand costs of production for their products.
Reinventing The Wheel Of Teaching Business? Learning In The Academic Classroom - The Case Of The Business Consulting Course, 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Reinventing The Wheel Of Teaching Business? Learning In The Academic Classroom - The Case Of The Business Consulting Course, Francesco R. Frova
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The purpose of this study is to use the case of the Business Consulting course to demonstrate and enhance the significance of the application of effective and experiential learning in the academic classroom. Three Learning Theories are considered: Classical, Social, and Experiential Learning. Principles of effective learning and learning goals are described, and are looked at through the description of a Business Strategy and Business Consulting courses run in a US North-Eastern public university. The Business Consulting course is then compared with a standard lecture course and a course that uses case studies to demonstrate how the learning goals can ...
The Effects Of Parametrically Manipulating The Ratio Of Complimentary To Constructive Feedback Statements On Performance, 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
The Effects Of Parametrically Manipulating The Ratio Of Complimentary To Constructive Feedback Statements On Performance, Amanda Mentzer
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Performance feedback is frequently discussed and implemented. Although shown to be quite effective, the characteristics of feedback have yet to be fully explored. Feedback ratio was explored in this study. While participants evaluated the postural safety of body positions presented on a computer screen, researchers measured the (a) number of s that it took participants to evaluate body positions (i.e., response time), (b) percent of correctly evaluated body positions (i.e., percent correct), and (c) extent to which participants appreciated the statements they received after responding (i.e., rating). Using a mixed-factorial design, researchers manipulated feedback within groups and ...
Strategic Silence: Withholding Certification Status As A Hypocrisy Avoidance Tactic, 2017 Brigham Young University
Strategic Silence: Withholding Certification Status As A Hypocrisy Avoidance Tactic, W. Chad Carlos, Ben William Lewis
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We examine why organizations that obtain prominent certifications may at times elect not to publicize them. Drawing on the impression management literature, we argue and show that concerns about being perceived as hypocritical may cause organizations to strategically withhold their certification status. Using a longitudinal panel of corporations that were members of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, a prominent environmental certification, we show that in the face of reputational threats, organizations are less likely to publicize their certification status when the threat appears to directly contradict the claims implied by the certification. Our findings suggest that the threat of hypocrisy ...
Knowledge-Salvage Practices For Dormant R&D Projects, 2017 Cleveland State University
Knowledge-Salvage Practices For Dormant R&D Projects, Oya I. Tukel, Tibor Kremic, Walter O. Rom, Richard J. Miller
Most successful firms have an abundance of new and old knowledge in their research and development laboratories, and only a fraction is being put into use in new product development. This knowledge is left over from projects that have been killed at different development stages and may actually carry considerable value. In this article, we propose a knowledge bank as a possible solution to preserve and possibly grow this knowledge. It is a self-sustaining institute with minimal or no ongoing effort from the donor company, yet manages the knowledge in a way that protects proprietary interests and actively fosters communication ...
Making Sense Of Supply Disruption Risk Research: A Conceptual Framework Grounded In Enactment Theory, 2017 Cleveland State University
Making Sense Of Supply Disruption Risk Research: A Conceptual Framework Grounded In Enactment Theory, Scott C. Ellis, Jeff Shockley, Raymond M. Henry
The rich stream of supply disruption risk (SDR) literature incorporates several different theories and constructs across studies, but lacks a unifying decision-making framework. We review 79 SDR studies and advance a comprehensive framework, grounded in enactment theory, which integrates the disparate elements of SDR research and offers new insights into the SDR decision-making process. Enactment theory posits a three-stage, closed-loop process, consisting of enactment, selection and retention, through which individuals process and make sense of equivocal environments. We suggest that this sense-making process also underlies SDR decision-making, and provides the theoretical underpinnings for the environmental, organizational and individual factors that ...
Becoming The Boss: Discretion And Postsuccession Success In Family Firms, 2017 Western University
Becoming The Boss: Discretion And Postsuccession Success In Family Firms, J. R. Mitchell, Timothy A. Hart, Sorin Valcea, David M. Townsend
Family firms can enjoy substantial longevity. Ironically, however, they are often imperiled by the very process that is essential to this longevity. Using the concept of managerial discretion as a starting point, we use a human agency lens to introduce the construct of successor discretion as a factor that affects the family business succession process. While important in general, successor discretion is positioned as a particularly relevant factor for productively managing organizational renewal in family businesses. This study represents a foundation for future empirical research investigating the role of agency in entrepreneurial action in the family business context, which consequently ...
Employee, Manage Thyself: The Potentially Negative Implications Of Expecting Employees To Behave Proactively, 2017 University of Oklahoma
Employee, Manage Thyself: The Potentially Negative Implications Of Expecting Employees To Behave Proactively, Mark Bolino, Sorin Valcea, Jaron Harvey
Previous research investigating proactive behaviour at work has generally focused on the ways in which proactive behaviour enables individuals and organizations to be more effective. Although it has been noted that some proactive behaviours may be undesirable or have potentially negative consequences, researchers have not examined the ‘dark side’ of proactive behaviour in any systematic way. In this conceptual paper, we explore the potentially negative individual and organizational implications of expecting employees to behave proactively. Specifically, at the individual level, we argue that expecting proactive behaviour in organizations may contribute to stress among employees and friction between proactive and less ...
The Relentless Pursuit Of Construct Validity In The Design Of Employment Interviews, 2017 University of Akron
The Relentless Pursuit Of Construct Validity In The Design Of Employment Interviews, Maria Riaz Hamdani, Sorin Valcea, M. R. Buckley
The construct validity of employment interviews is the greatest challenge faced by employment interview researchers. In this paper, we discuss the theoretical and methodological issues which have an influence upon the construct validity ofemployment interviews.Wepay special attention to issues that emerge at the conceptual development and design stage of interviews. So far, the structuring of employment interviews has been the primary method of improving construct validity. We argue that construct validity can be further improved by bringing theoretical rigor in the design of interviews. For this purpose, we propose steps to reframe the interview dimensions in theoretical frameworks of ...
The Influence Of National Stereotypes On Country Image And Product Country Image: A Social Identity And Consumer Culture Theory Approach, Terence Motsi
Multinational companies often make use of country stereotypes in their marketing efforts. Volkswagen used the tagline “That’s the power of German engineering” to utilize the positive stereotype of German efficiency as well as its positive country image. Academic research has recognized the importance of the country of origin cue (COO) in consumer decision making but research addressing the use national stereotypes as an antecedent to COO evaluation is relatively sparse. The stereotype content model (SCM) contends that national stereotypes describe traits associated with a group of people through the dimensions of competence and warmth. Existing research on the antecedents ...
Labor Mobility And Hypercompetition: Another Challenge To Sustained Competitive Advantages?, 2017 Midwestern State University
Labor Mobility And Hypercompetition: Another Challenge To Sustained Competitive Advantages?, Jeffrey E. Stambaugh, Yongjing Zhang, Timothy Degroot
Researchers have suggested globalization, technological advances, and the rise of entrepreneurship have ushered in a new era of hypercompetition where competitive advantages are hard to attain and sustain. In this paper we propose another source of hypercompetition—a sudden increase in labor mobility within an industry—by drawing on the resource-based view of what leads to a sustainable competitive advantage. Using data from the National Football League, which had a substantial change in the player mobility in 1993, we use the two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov test to stratify teams according to their demonstrated level of competitive (dis)advantage based on their on-field ...
Who Cares? The Role Of Job Involvement In Psychological Contract Violation, 2017 Ohio University
Who Cares? The Role Of Job Involvement In Psychological Contract Violation, Jason S. Stoner, Vickie C. Gallagher
This study examined survey data from full-time employees employed in a variety of occupations. We empirically examined how psychological involvement with one’s job affects reactions to psychological contract violation. Data for control variables (i.e., age, gender, organizational tenure), the independent variable (i.e., psychological contract violation), and the moderator (i.e., job involvement) were taken at Time 1; and dependent variables (i.e., depressed mood at work, turnover intention) were taken at Time 2. Results illustrated that job involvement was an important construct in understanding individuals’ negative reactions to psychological contract violations. Implications and limitations are discussed, and ...